Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2010/2011)
20 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Public Health
  • Professor and Dean
  • J. Rourke
  • Professor and Associate Dean
  • P. Moody-Corbett
  • Professor and Assistant Dean
  • D. McKay

The degree of Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) is offered by the Faculty of Medicine, currently with a specialization of Population and Public Health, delivering an advanced program of study for students from various academic fields who are interested in a professional degree that will prepare them for practical work in a variety of public health practice settings. The program is available for full-time or part-time study noting that full-time attendance is required during the Public Health Practicum (or Public Health Capstone Research Project) portion of the program. It is anticipated that full-time students will complete the program in 12 months in accordance with Table 1 Recommended Course Sequence for Full-Time Students.

The General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies and the Degree Regulations outlined below will apply.

20.1 Qualifications for Admission

Admission to the Master of Public Health is limited and competitive. The regulations and procedures for admission are as given under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies governing Master’s degrees.